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Dry eye

Dry eye
Dry eye syndrome can be caused by many different factors, and, in most cases, requires treatment by eye drops which can be of various types – lubricating, hydrating, mucoadhesive. Théa has acquired immense experience in this domain with the development of a full range of products for lachrymal substitution, all preservative-free, in either single dose units or ABAK multi-dose bottles.
It has been shown that the use of preservatives should be avoided as they have harmful effects on the eyelids, the ocular surface and the quality of tears.


What do you know about trehalose?
What is trehalose?

The trehalose molecule, known for its protective, lubricating and hydrating properties, is a natural sugar with membrane stabilising and protective properties, preventing protein denaturation and lipid degradation. In this article, find out all there is to know about trehalose, its definition, properties and uses.



What is dry eye?

Dry eye, also known as dry eye syndrome, is a chronic irritation of the ocular surface as a result of anomalies in tear quantity and/or composition.   


What are the symptoms of dry eye?

The symptoms of dry eye are not specific and may also be encountered during allergies or eye infections...


What are the causes of dry eye?

Certain circumstances are accompanied by a reduction in the production of tears. Others promote the evaporation of tears1 in particular inflammation, which can damage the Meibomian glands and mucus cells.


How to treat Dry Eye ?

If you have symptoms on the ocular surface, it is essential to consult an ophthalmologist who is the only person who can make the diagnosis by using specific tests and who will prescribe the best treatment. 


Ocular dryness and extended work on a screen
Dry eye and working on a screen

Due to your profession, you find yourself obliged to spend several hours in front of your computer screen. Lately, you have been feeling a tingling sensation in the eyes. Your eyes water, your vision clouds, becoming blurred at times, and you rub your eyes unnaturally. These events may be related to prolonged exposure to your screen. You probably suffer from what doctors call "THE DRY EYE SYNDROME".